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" --&, . . . TUB BOUfcBON. NEWS, PARIST BJMTUCP TUESDAY, MAX 3, 121 s FAGSFOtm - e A M Planing Mitt - We are prepared to do all kinds of pinning mill work. " Window, Screens, Door Screens and ' odd work a specialty. MANSFIELD & JEFFERSON", , f Paris, Ky. . M.'T. Shone 711. Home Phone 510. (T-tf) A Real Good Value No. 2 Can APRICOTS , a 40c value ' Not; over two cans to each customer. Logan Howard The Home of Good Things to Eat" Phones 179 LODGE NOTES To-morrow night will usher in a Dig night in Pythian circles. The A. J. Lovely Co., No. 3 4,, Uniform Rank, will he hosts at their 'Castle Hall,' in the Wilson huilding, to -the mem bers of the Cynthiana and Winches ter companies, and to the wives, daughters, sisters and sweethearts of the members of the local and vis iting companies. An interesting pro gram has been arranged, including musical numbers, victrola program, an- open session and banquet. A. J. Lovely Company, under the--supervis-ion o? Capt. Wm. "W. Dudley, and with the earnest co-operation of the members, may always be aepenaea upon to do the right thing and the entertainment to be given to-morrow night will be no exception. Lost Gold watch charm in shape of Xootball. 1919 Championship on one side, owners name on other side. Finder return to NEWS office and receive reward. (It) For Sale " Two nrst-class rugs, used only a few weeks. Also a large Wilson gas heater, cot and piattress. Call 3-tf) ' CUMB. 'PHON7 871. Lost A green felt hat, size 7, with nar row fancy band. Was picked up by colored man in front of 'Peoples-Deposit Bank, Wednesday mornimg. Return to H. M. Collins & Co. and avoid trouble. "THE PRIDE OF PARIS" In Our Corset Depart ment We are Pea tu ring a Va riety of Models in AND OOYAJ-, VWORCESTER A V.CORSETS, iffBEL ORPOKATE" JnBonTonl PARIS, KENTUCKY 1 l M A CHURCHILL DOWNS Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 L.O U I SVI LLE! i a m tH 4 4 Stoke: smcnmr .7,M-r7t- KKTWJl .My7k USM9U MMI CLUk IhrM omar uu mar wmcv ly. Mkr M-t tnm nm. Ur THE country', akka cmcne point of consecutive years ot ekxqc, Churchill Downs, opens for 1921 wtth the assurance of a memorable season. Never before have there been so many horses of high class quartered at Louisville's historic course; seldom has interest in thoroughbred racing been so keen, and never, perhaps, has kboen so wide-spread. Come and enjoy some of this create f sports. In the programs and tke ar rangements for the comfort of flrniii, you will find that the manacesacs has Woe ks utmost tnsake everrbooVlupgy. Kentucky Jockey Club Churchill Downs Course RELIGIOUS. The Young 'Married Women's Circle of the Presbyterian ' cnurcn will hold a meeting this cruesaayj nftpmnnn at 2:30 o'clock, in the Sunday School rooms. All the mem bers are urged to De present.. Tne regular .meetiiiB bciiv0 ,-i be held at the Presbytrian church Wednesday night,, at 7:30 o'clock. Prof. Lee Kirkpatrick, Superintend ent of the Paris City Schools, .will make the principal talk at this meet- ; ' . . . . .Iiiiiam The following nave Deeu uuutc delegates from North Middletown to attend the State Christian Endeavor Convention at Ashland, May 6, 7 ana 8: Misses Lucille Cay wood, t Mary Ellett, Isabel- Clayton, josepnme Judy, Patsey Waugh, Elizabeth Tut tie, Daisy Detwiller, Josephine Det willer; John Tinder,. Paul Clayton. Thomas Hamilton, Stuart McCray, Albert Wells, R. C. Thomas, Garnett Henry, Mrs. W. R. Tuttle, Mrs. B. pi Judy Rev. C. H. Greer, pastor of the Paris Methodist church, attended tne meeting held in Lexington, Friday, in the interest of the campaign to Taise $33,000,000 for educational work' in the South. A quota of $520,000 for the State was agreed upon The five' State districts will be apportioned at follows: Lexing ton district, $120,000; Covington district, Maysyille district, Danville, district and Shelbyville district, $100,000 each. The principal speakers at the meeting were Revs. O B. Crockett, Secretary of the Con ference, and A. A. Martz, of Nash ville, Tenn. Twenty-three Persons from the five districts attended the meeting. . o CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS The City Council met in regular session in the Council Chamber at the City. Hall last Thursday night, with a full board present, and Mayor January presiding. rn-hn. ninanpft nrnvidiTis' for con struction of concrete pavements on the lateral sireeis ucmwu and Thirteenth, and High street from the courthouse to the north margin of Fourteenth street, was passed to its final reading and adopt ed An ordinance providing for sanitary sewers for the Main street extension was also passed. . The report of the mass meeting held at the court house Tuesday night, including resolutions recom mending the building of a munici-pally-owned water plant, were re ceived and placed on file for future action. The Council instructed Mayor January to employ a compe- .nrinoDr to iirmraise the Paris Water Company's plant and recom- t-1 tn-n niVT VOT1. mend a reasonaDie ia,ic xu vj v,.. Provisions were made through city ordinances, which are published in this issue of THE NEWS, for the city to accept the property recently donated by Mr. and Mrs John M. Brennan for a public playground and also for annexing a piece ot property at the eastern edge of Paris, and at the north end of Link avenue, owned by James McClure. ' Thomas Elder, who has been serv ing as substitute fireman, was elect ed as a permanent member of the de partment, to succeed Baldwin Woods, resigned. , . o GOING TO EUROPE. , 4.1 Vttr femtral Kentucky iviortj luau wiv -ww.- - - people will sail within the next few weeks for a summer tour ot Europe. The number this year is declared to be above normal, taking nre-war standards as an index. - Miss Artie Ashbrook, sister of Mrs R. B. Hutchcraft, will sail on May 28 for a tour of England, Hol land and Belgium. Mrs. May Stonar Clay, of Paris, will be member of a party composed of Mrs. Charles F. Norton, librarian of Transylvania College, Lexington, Mrs. Lennox b. Rose, of Madison, New Jersey, and Mrs, John Thixton, of Owensboro, which will sail on June. 9 for a tour of European countries. . o- Fire, Wind and Lightning Insur ance, r ' THOMAS, WOODFORD & BRYAN WALSH'S SUITS .00 Are the Best Clothing Values in Town 3 ' We want you, when you are thinking of buying a suit, to come here and see the dothine we are off ering. We've cut our profit margin way down io we 9 could offer values our customers would appreciate. ' All our suits are tailored andstyled by leading clothing makers, insuring you H all-around satisfaction. You'll find here splendid styles and values selected from the houses of Hart Schafner & Marx and Kirschbaum in all-wool fabrics. From the lowest to the highest priced suit you'll find only newest styles in splendid colorings and patterns. Just try us for clothing satisfaction and values. Have You Seen Our Window Display of $1.00 SHIRTS? t These are. special values we are offering for a few days. Come in and make your selections while we have your size. R. P. WALSH 7th and Main One-Price Store Paris, Ky. T Home Phone 448 Cumb. Phone SQ6 Kwmmpmjimrwfwwimmmm 5! ! . o H.1EAT. ESTATE TEANS ACTIONS Have You Heard? ii',i Modern Improvements and Equipment are Now Ready to Serve ! a Long Felt Need to Automobile Uwners and Prospective Buyers K Lucign Arnsparger purchased through the real estate firm of Mitch ell, Morelan'd & Mitchell, last weqfc a vacant lot on Seventh street, for merly owned, by Henry J. Grosche. It is stated Mr. Arnsparger will, in the near future, erect a cottage ?on the lot. Construction work on the new garage for the Mamjmoth Garage Company, of Lexington, at the cor ner of Main and Second streets, which has been delayed for some time, has been resumed, the brick work now going up. The work will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible. - . Dr. D. 8 Henry is erecting a mod ern brick bungalow on his farm on the Georgetown pike, near Pans, which, when completed, will be one of the most up-to-date homes in the county. The building will be of red face brick. Dr. Henry and fam ily will occupy the home. The 130-acre farm of Frank Col lins, located on the North Middle town pike, known as the George Wyatt plaie, was sold at public sale Saturday by Harris, Speakes & Har ris, Auctioneer George D. Speakes conducting the sale. One of the largest crowds at a public sale for years was present, and the bidding was spirited. The farm was purchas ed by E. J. Burrisr of the North Mid dletown vicinity for $250 -an acre. Mr. Burris -will move to. the prop erty as soon as possessions-is given. Farming x implements, live stock, crop,, etc., brought good prices, The ale -was advertised;in several issues of TEfE NEWfc. t . The New Home of the Studebaker is Ready Some Features: Clean, Convenient Storage Prompt, Efficient Repair work Expert, Economical Battery Service Standard Brands and Quality In all Accessories and Supplies . Best Car Wash in Town v ' , " , ANYTHING-EVERYTHING-to Maintain the High Standard of STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES. Location Two Entrances Front 706 Main Street Rear 707 Pleasant Street White SERVICE IS OUR OTHER NAME Ejn Cumb. Phone 3550 ' Home Phone 436 g Mgr. StuMMktr Dtpt; LSJBi;:i--f;ii!l IJ I W. DAVIS. JR. CHAS. B. DICKERSON OWEN T. GIBSON - W l Gtn. Manacer Shp FtrtiTMWi ! ... ' .'. ' - &m?. Jh f I'JM . IP as i' fj 1? cc u . If. t r.-.. j , y ' I " ! '"Jf w iStZF(''' ," v" -r - z S ' ' - -c ft ..-.?- " v v.